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CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 12, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The dramatic ending of the massive manhunt in Idaho for missing teenager Hannah Anderson and her abductor, James DiMaggio, with her rescue and DiMaggio's death re-introduced. [Father Brett ANDERSON - reads a statement about his daughter's ordeal.]

(Boise, Idaho: Miguel Marquez) A look inside the manhunt that rescued Hannah from kidnapper DiMaggio featured; Anderson family photos and aerial video of the Idaho wilderness shown; details given of the timetable for murder, kidnapping and rescue. [On "New Day," Idaho WITNESS - says the pair was out of place.] [FBI agent Mary ROOK†- reads statement about the rescue.] The dangerous rescue operation discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "American Most Wanted" host John Walsh and kidnap victim's father Ed Smart about Hannah's kidnapping. [WALSH, SMART - comment on the kidnapping, murder and Hannah's adjustment, on other cases like Jerry Sandusky, Ariel Castro, abusive priests.] Other material: [Father Brett ANDERSON - reads a statement about his daughter's ordeal.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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